Jean-Joseph-Xavier Bidauld (1758-1846)

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Arcadian Landscape


Ponte San Rocco, Tivoli

Jean-Joseph-Xavier Bidauld was a French Neo-Classical landscape painter. He studied in Paris and Geneva as well as in Italy, and began to exhibit in the Salons in 1791. Bidauld received commissions from Charles IV of Spain, among many others, and his work was admired by Corot.


Francis I at Fontaine de Vaucluse

Still wondering about a French landscape in your family collection? Contact us…it could be by Jean-Joseph-Xavier Bidauld.